Who are MPR?
We are the UK's most successful racehorse syndication company, with 1,000 winners under both codes. We hold the current British syndicate record of most winners in a year with our pale blue and orange silks are regularly seen in the winners' enclosure.
We provide single horse syndicates, where you can purchase a share from 2.5% to over 50% if you wish. Owners are registered with Wetherbys and receive race prize money and sale returns from their horse to the % owned.
With horses trained around the UK and in Ireland, we have our largest strings with Richard Hannon and Richard Fahey on the flat and with Champion trainer Nicky Henderson over the jumps.
We are a family run company, passionate about our business and committed to providing winners for our owners. If you've always wanted a winner's trophy to take pride of place at home, look no further: With our results, we are your best chance of owning a winner!
The Middleham Park Racing Story
"Middleham Park Racing is just a hobby that got out of hand"
- Tim Palin, founder.
Tim Palin fell in love with racing in 1983 – all from placing a 25p each way bet on Teenoso in the Derby! He became a teacher in his 20’s and often went racing at the weekends and whilst looking on from outside the paddock, contemplated whether he would ever be lucky enough to be standing on the hallowed turf of the parade ring as an owner.
The Middleham Park Racing Philosophy
"It’s about fulfilling dreams"
Tim’s passion for racing has never waned, so much so that he will wake up in the middle of the night thinking about races we might win or horses we might buy. After all, now with over 500 owners, we have the dreams of all these syndicate members to realise.
How Middleham Park Racing Can Work for You
"The Leading Syndicate" - The Racing Post, Sept 2018
Whether you are considering becoming a racehorse owner for the first time, or have been one in your own right or perhaps are with another syndicate, there’s really only one factor that sets us apart from others in the industry-we are the UK’S winning-most racing syndicate.
How it works